Mechanical ventilation in neurocritical care patients a systematic literature review borsellino b1 schultz mj2 gama de abreu m3 robba c4 bilotta f1 author information 1a department of anaesthesiology critical care and pain medicine university of rome la sapienza rome italy. Introduction neurocritical care ncc patients often require prolonged mechanical ventilation and they are at high risk of respiratory complications therefore the potential benefit role of protective lung ventilation plv which demonstrated to reduce postoperative complications in patients with acute distress respiratory syndrome has been suggested even on ncc patients. Mechanical ventilation is a cornerstone of modern life support and a core competency of neurocritical care this half day course will provide the fundamentals of mechanical ventilation using hands on and simulator based sessions. These include insights on risk stratification and neurocritical care or intensive care unit treatment management of haemodynamic variables and mechanical ventilation goal directed fluid therapy . Dear editor we read with great attention and interest the review by robba and colleagues on mechanical ventilation mv in patients with acute ischemic stroke the authors examined the pathophysiology of stroke and the risk for pulmonary complications brain lung dangerous crosstalk immunological response after stroke stroke associated pneumonia and dysphagia then concluding with
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